The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 1, 1934
Page 3
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_THU_RSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1034 (Continued Prom Paep onol from headquarters In New York bc- rausc It varies from day to My as unprofitable units are discontinued and new one;; established. Now the organization sells more Ulan $1.000,000,000 of groceries in 12 .months and cams up to $30000.000 a year. Only a fraction o't 'lends, the balance going back iiito the business o r into tlie surplus account. HarlloriJs Control stock The Great Atlantic & pacific 'In Company is basically a Hartford family affair. Harlfords and kin own nil 1,150.000 shares of'th- u,l Ing stock and 578,000 of the aXHt shares of noil-voting stock. The rest ;.'» in the hands of the public thru Us employes' participation plan On the basis or , )as( , p nfolm aiices withdrawing fro,,, ih B cine land area \yin cos t tii cm about $000,000 S VCilr in m^rtr in • ,, ' }<-'*r m piont. llns i figured on the company's own es timale of 520,000,008 yearlv buslnes- '" Cleveland, and Its established ]>ro/U margin of about two and one- half per cent. Paradoxic.iJly, in spile of its vast enterprise, it still doss not live ui> oils name. In recent yenrs a few tentative stores j, are becn set u in California; except for them th- Ijusmess does not.extend west o! Kansas. given to county winners and certificates ami diplomas lo members who have finished their required wort. Basket lime.') ivill be served ,iind a full day's entertainment has been planned for the club boys and t'ir!s. Holy Land Is Subject at Revival Tonight BT/miEVILLB. (ARK..). COURIER ' NW3 y of pictures covering tlie lectures of tlie past threa (lays. Mrs. Minnie Bloodworth Succumbs to Pneumonia 4-H Clubs Will Observe Achievement Day Here The 4-If c i,| b members of .North Mississippi county will come Lo niy- tneviltc Saturday. November ') to observe National Achievement day rue meeting will lie hold in tile woiKcn's Club house, and th» iro pam wm start, nt •> a.m.. conlinu- until 2:30 p.m. Awards will be "The Holy L an d As ]t is Today" will be the subject of the pastor's lecture ui First Baptist church to- nisJil at 7:30 for the fifth service of 111? Loyalty Revival bcim: con- dueled this ivceT: by t!i3 cluirch. Recent developments under the British mandate- and the outlook for the imniTdlulv future will be fllscii.««l. The inolioi! pictures tonight win show recent modern developments together with the most ancient customs as each strives for existence in this h'storlc counlrr I isi in iits seniu LOU Kltd mo t Mrs. Minnie Dloodwortli, CO, died «t -1:30 o'clock Wednesday alter n lew days illncs^ of pneumonia, at licr liomc at lilu south Uly street, She is survived by three si.sU.-rs. Mrs. Jeanelte Freeman, Mrs. Bill I Sl »H!>. and ill's. Clint House. ] Services were Iwld at Use Immc jat 2 o'clock this nflernoon and Imr- jhil made at Mapi,. Grove cemetery, ; The Hrv. M. 11. Rhodes olliclaU-d. I l'i limit Slidl C':i\isHl llrulli | BUFFALO, N. Y. (UI>)-A peanut shell lodged in the throat, ol Oolad n. Julinn, 13 months old, of North Toimvamla, caused his dealh. He died following nn opcra- lion for rcmovul of tlie shuck. Survived Fractured lllji at 101 ] KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)—Kan-1 sns City's oldest ivsldml. 10-t- yenr-old Mrs. ijliziibclh cliapin, is recovering from i v fractured hip received hi " (all. She tripped over a rug. •PAGE TKREIfi LAXATIVE WOMEN LIKE Easy On Delicate Organs \Vom*n became of oininlc conditions iipc Unlives inoif ft^nem^, ami muti avoi.l lisi^i, ur«t»'r>B a«ion »nd tlie tfici-ufftft diicouifort of onliitarjr Jmimii. npfiuke you rhfw deljfkw* r«ii-i-mii\i. ilic mini c ru-u liv^iw, it is mi^e.1 will ticl^ful juitrJ, JUM IJVc your (ouj. '1'luii il i!ir Hium t :rjJ.Mliv. Tf,rre n nj 1«jtivc to bit your »vncm tuiMrnjf xjl'itt iis dcHcjic bilince. IliU it I r^n I'lniiu ii!ejl|>' H'ntl* for xvonifii, ytt, ' Jfjc «ji, idjfjule jjul a-inint. I5c »nj 21 "FOR AN EYE-OPEMER GIVE ME When you yet up tircj, fcciinj; ;is if you Ji^ven'i hud hnlfenou-;[i ilccp, drink n pipins hot cup of ica. h peps yuu up quickly —suru you off right. Hui h,: •ure 10 diint InJia Tea. in aililition 10 !tc rt.'rt-sliment, India's ^oud lilacl; tea flavor. To |;.-i it. look for tlie aife (left) on pack:is!k-s df tea yuu buy. THIS IS FUN WEEK AT HARRY BAILEY'S Slate Lino Service Station PROF. B. G. JARVIS :IIK! his Magicians, Kunniakcrs and ICnlurUiincrs will bo with us all Ihis week lo enlwlain !im | amuse yon. We hiivo lht> niosl complete "H;tff of Tricks" iind Fun -Makers you have ever seen! Magic Tricks You Can Do | Also .Joker 'JVidiK Whoopie Pillini.s, Sneexiit^ I'oivdcr, f UchiiiK Powiler, SfjtiiH I(in K .s and Novelties, !iin"-d Novell it's, Comii'ill Toys, elc. etc ! IK IT'S I'OR I-'UN—\VK HAVIMT! COA1K AN!) LOOK 'EiM OVKU! You' Be DeBtfhted! liltING THK KIDDIKS WJ) * • o^QfIHni?eo i' fiuuiij " i^ ^ 540 Pairs of Vitality Health . 2nd ... ••We an offci-ins om S r, • «,„! .511.75 H«,H, SI •tail .til i his time wlicn Conls anil Sira iirivals. -(Mir jjcliry ii Qualify i>Icrclisr<lii:e, I'roillnl a m t •ouricuus Sm-ln- an,! Value Sale,.. Wc invite ,,..„.- atrival.-:. Ct latiinn biith in iiynlity :HH| price. JiDply lo iiK-i-t-iianilisc in lay-away. Tl Mn:ill fharifc 1 for alfmlfcm. C'oint in at All nt'w iiiiiiitjcr.s. lU'iinliful furs of liad.tror, Wolf, Alinli, Ht|tiin-cl mid f''ilcft. Silk freiie lined and inncr- lint'd. New fabrics of Wood liark and "flier nc«- fjihric.s. Sli).7r> l.ino Reduced To $'^0l75 These Coats Will Compare With • Any 550.75 IJne All $2!) to SS1.75 Coals inul Swaji^er Suils - - S2<1.75 All 51!) (« §2-1,75 Coats and Stiils - - S 17.75 and S1S.75 All $12, S(.| and §17.75 Coals and SwiiKKers (these coals include dress and spnrt styles) S!).!). r . S12.75 $l.|.7r, ESSES- 395 Pairs in this Lot! Olhcr sUimbnl l,,a.,U s of shoes. SI. SO n«,l S.i. Tirs. [„„„,, .in,) Mnps MI hl:«.k r.,,,1 l,,r.«n k!,l. Ail siws »n,l wirlt™ it I'.vcry pair of Iline sl.on :„<• i:nv Fall ami Wir(.- MjK-s. No nlil !:toch, no i.M Mylrs carried ,, m . T h,, tot Kiylo; of this srajon. Sr.- for jfursclf. non't mis^ 'Ms o|in,)rJimlty...l'<i,illvM.v (life -nic xvill rlw,. N,,v 1211, In hcaulifiil Cropw. I.i.?l, I Weight Woolens, ' V '*"*'' ""'" '"* llil>ner Llylr $16.75 Yaitics SI 4,75 S'l 3 to §14.75 Values $] 1.75 S'] 2.75 §10. 75 and 812.75 88.75 Jintl 810.75 Othc T Hijrhei- Priced Tjiio P.95 I o $7.75 Yn.i will IMVP to ,wo llwm lo annrfrialc Ihnn MILLINERY- Now fliiprarnl jnsl arrivnl. SI. 98 (o SI.SO v.ilurs in lnj s . S1.!)S y.ilucs S1.G9 S3.G9 Valuer SI. 98 All OtlUTs S2.G!) anil SZ.s,-; All nnv stvlrs in -.elorl fiom, Krhns and OIT-thr-Firp s.l)tc>. nil rolnrs. BIG HICDUCTIONS ON' SMART SB OK Cil.OVKS AND 1'URSBS Sec tlicni before 50" 1>"S'. Don't mi !s thp mliictm,, „,. halm <:wwls. Also Var.eil [Insfrrj. Shop Phone 954 PIGGLT Kwick Krisp 27c Regula r PureLard Ib. eef Roast Shoulder, 1,1). - )r>c Thick Kill, Hi. II liriskel, ],)>. - - <> Oysters, Pint ;. 3Q C Sliced Cat, Lb 25c Buffalo, Lb Oranges PEANUT BUTTER 15inli;issy Qt. Jar .23c aussz&mtssssiau^sm 1A(' /IB\I/HM> CHERRIES \£w Tall Uo.v. Vesclalile 1AC Can IHFTTI Ta " lioy in ( iiiLi ii . (••..„ r i Wf|Ml(a 'I-'''. Carton .' - S BUTTER JLn PEACHES B ""- IA Standard Qualif No. 2 Can .'i for . 3-lh, Pal! 43c 6-tb, Pail French, Ik ... 23c C.C,IA; 28c Jewel,3lbs. ,.55c Jewel, L!i,.;.. Iffc Tuna Fish Crystal White 2 Small Bars 5 •I Lnrgc liars 2-1-Mi. Sack - .......

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